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Which of the following would double the pressure on a contained gas at constant temperature?
c.) doubling the number of particles in the container
A gas occupies a volume 2.50 L at a pressure of 350.0kPa. If the temperature remains constant, what volume would the gas occupy at 1750 kPa?
b.) 0.500L
If the temperature of a gas in a closed container increases:
d.) the pressure of the gas increases.
Absolute zero is:
d.) all of these
The graph of several pressure-volume readings on a contained gas at constant temperature would be :
b.) a curved line
At constant pressure, the volume of a fixed mass of gas and its Kevil temperature are said to be.
a.) directly related
The temperature of 6.24 L of a gas in increased from 25C to 55C at constant pressure. The new volume of the gas is:
6.87 L.
A temperature of -25 C is equivalent to :
a.) 248 K
A sample of chlorine gas has a pressure of 7.25 kPa at 20C what will its presure be at 60 C if its volume remains constant?
b.) 8.24 kPa
The representative elements are usually called
d.) Group A elements.
THe vertical columns of the periodic table are called:
a.) groups.
When a strontium atom loses two electrons to form an Sr2+ ion, the electrons are lost from the:
a.) 5s orbital
The element Iodine, I, is a :
c.) period 5 halogen
The subatomic particle that plays the greatest role in determining the physical and chemical properties of an element is the:
c.) electron.
Which of the following atoms would you expect to have the largest atomic radius?
d.) Rb